Research Assistant (0859-23)

Aston University
February 19, 2024
Offerd Salary:£32,332
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Contract Type:Fixed Term (31/12/20
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Research Assistant School of Psychology Location: Aston University Main Campus

Salary: £32,332 per annum (pro-rata) Grade: Grade 07 Contract Type: Fixed Term (31/12/2024)

Basis: Part Time Closing Date: 23.59 hours GMT on Monday 19 February 2024 Interview Date: Friday 08 March 2024 Reference: 0859-23 Release Date: Tuesday 09 January 2024

An exciting opportunity to work with an international team on the GAPS Study (Global Access to Psychological Services for Food Allergy), based in the growing School of Psychology at Aston University. This is an international study exploring access and uptake of psychological services and how we can improve access to support patients and families living with a food allergy.

You will work closely with co-investigators based in the UK, the United States and Canada. Some of your responsibilities will involve assistance with the development and piloting of an online psychological intervention. As well as the co-ordination of current data collection across the study sites, which include Europe, North and South America. You will work with research assistants from these sites who will be conducting interviews, be responsible for compiling data from the study sites and leading on the data analysis. You will already have experience in report writing, as you will be involved with reviewing literature for inclusion in reports and dissemination.

You will work under the supervision of Dr Rebecca Knibb. If you have any informal enquiries, please contact Dr Knibb on [email protected].

Please refer to our Aston University benefits page where you can see the how Aston recognises the contributions staff make and the comprehensive rewards and benefits packages available for staff.

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